My Craft Room Reveal

When I'm in the middle of a project {which is quite often} my craft room is often a disaster, BUT everything does have a place & when all is in it's proper place, my craft room looks like this:
Here are some of the little decor details:
 For color, I added red ribbon to a wire dress form that I found at Ross.
 I use a glass vase to hold pencils, pens & scissors
I was quite surprised when I found these little pillows at the dollar tree.  The larger black pillows are from Walmart.  Eventually, I'll cover the gold pillows with red material.  

I made my curtains before I was blogging, so I have no picture tutorial for you. I usually design them as I go, not following any pattern, although a pattern would probably be much easier and would probably take less time.
The curtain is hung with finials {screwed into the wall}  I sewed ties on the curtain and tied them around the finials.  I love the finial look & have used them in many rooms in my home.
On my french door that leads into the room I attached a simple curtain rod . . .
. . . and made a roll down panel, so when this room is a disaster, 
I have the option to roll the curtain down.
I sewed some simple panels to hide the mess of my computer tower & all those ugly cords that go along with it.
 attaching the panel with an adjustable spring loaded curtain rod.

I've already shared quite a few different projects in this lil ole' room.   If you happened to miss any of the past posts & would like to view them, simply click on the links below: 

Below are the before & after photo's of my craft room: the 1st before photo is from about a year ago and the  2nd before photo is from this past summer
I like the after much better! 

This is a room that I spend a fair amount of time in, so I really love having it complete!
I'd love to see your craft rooms too...
Link them up right here . . .

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